Adairsville High School’s JROTC Raider teams kicked off their new season close to home and with a first-place finish.
Two Cass Middle School students have the opportunity to share their ideas for improving Georgia’s education system with the state school superintendent.
The organizers of the Empty Bowls Project know hunger is not just a problem in poor Third World countries.
Two Cartersville High School performers received the thrill of a lifetime when they were chosen to perform with an award-winning actress and singer.
With the demands of parenthood becoming more challenging every day, one group of Bartow County volunteers is striving to offer help to frazzled parents.
The Bartow County School Board is preparing to build a new school.
Excitement, goosebumps and tears marked the beginning of the school day for Pine Log Elementary Friday.
When Danny Pelfrey returned home to Adairsville after years in the Midwest, he saw the need for a history of the town. From that, his latest book, “Life in Adairsville: An Anecdotal History of a Small North Georgia Town,” was born.
Elijah Scott, the recently promoted dean of libraries, college testing and curriculum innovation at Georgia Highlands College, started college with one career path in mind but ended up following another one.